Earning a £2.6m annual salary, Sonny Bill Williams is a New Zealand heavyweight boxer, and a former professional rugby league and rugby union player.
He is one of just 21 players to have won the Rugby World Cup twice, having originally represented New Zealand in rugby league.
Williams began his rugby league career with the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs and the Sydney Roosters, where he spent eight seasons as a second-row forward.
He has 12 caps for New Zealand (the Kiwis) and has won the RLIF Rookie of the Year and International Player of the Year awards in 2004 and 2013.
He began his Super League career with the Toronto Wolfpack in 2020, before joining the Sydney Roosters the following year.
In 2010, he switched to rugby union and spent time with Toulon in France, Canterbury, Counties Manukau, the Crusaders, Chiefs, and Blues in New Zealand, and the Panasonic Wild Knights in Japan.
He has 58 caps for New Zealand (the All Blacks) and was a member of the 2011 and 2015 World Cup-winning teams.
He also represented New Zealand in rugby sevens, appearing in the World Rugby Sevens Series in 2015–16 and the 2016 Olympics. In March 2021, he retired from both rugby codes.
Williams has fought seven times professionally, winning all of his heavyweight fights.
He was the Heavyweight Champion of the New Zealand Professional Boxing Association (NZPBA) and the International Heavyweight Champion of the World Boxing Association (WBA), but these titles were removed from him when he failed to react to challenges.
What is Sonny Bill Williams’s Salary?
Williams earns an average salary of £2.6 million annual salary.
How Much Does Sonny Bill Williams Make?
At the end of every year, Sonny Bill Williams is estimated to earn around £2.6 million.